Sunday Suppers: An Easter Dinner to Blow the Budget

We’re posting this too late for most of you to cook this for Easter Sunday. That’s probably a good thing since the ingredients get a bit steep and most of you are probably cooking for a crowd. So consider these two options: 1) Call your relatives; tell them you’re sick then head to the store. 2) Save this for a special occasion that doesn’t involve Uncle Ned.

Artichoke Bowls

An edible dip bowl

An edible dip bowl

Stuffed Leg of Lamb

Hide the mint jelly

Hide the mint jelly

Roasted Fingerling Potatoes with Rosemary and Truffle Salt

Fingerling licking good

Fingerling licking good

Limoncello Tiramisu

Those dishes are $.25 at the thrift store

Those dishes are $.25 at the thrift store

 

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This blog attempts to collect some of the things I try to create with food and booze. Sometimes I succeed and sometimes I fail. My hope is to entertain and maybe help people think a little harder about what they decide to eat and drink.
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15 Responses to Sunday Suppers: An Easter Dinner to Blow the Budget

  1. A_Boleyn says:

    A great Easter supper indeed … thanks for the vicarious share. :)

  2. Wow, I wish I was coming to yours for dinner!

  3. niasunset says:

    Happy Easter dear Rufus and dear Kathrine, Thanks and Love, nia

  4. ChgoJohn says:

    That leg of lamb was impressive when you first posted the recipe and it’s no less now. This is another great Sunday dinner, Greg.

  5. Top menu. The shops here are full of artichokes – I must take advantage of them.

  6. I *wish* those dishes were a quarter at thrift stores around here!
    Happy Easter, guys!

  7. Eva Taylor says:

    I’m doing a beef tenderloin for our Easter dinner but this sure looks like t tasty round up. Hoppy Easter.

  8. colormusing says:

    My mom is coming into town next weekend, so I planned to delay Easter dinner for a week– this menu sounds perfect! Happy Easter!

  9. egg me on says:

    Awesome supper, you guys. Happy Easter!

  10. As much as I cook, you’d think I’d have tried fresh artichokes. I must rectify that this year!

  11. laurasmess says:

    Those fingerling potatoes look delicious. Not sure that we can get them over here in Perth. Do they come in those gorgeous shades of purple, red and gold? Makes for a pretty special side dish :)

  12. Wonderful Easter dinner. I love lamb cooked just like you have done. I can almost taste it. I hope you had a wonderful day.

  13. Those potatoes look wonderful!

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